Hi, this is Gordon. Thanks for stopping by.
Do the current declines in freedom, education, morality and civility concern you?
Perhaps you've noticed that the ancient principles of natural law, justice and free market economics are all under attack?
The practical result of these now rapidly declining trends is that more and more people need help....
Help with understanding it all.
Help with not feeling powerless to do anything about it.
Which leads me to my main point. I think the only reason we're all here on this planet together is to help each other.
The Road Less Traveled...
All my adult life I've had the feeling that I was not completely a part of what was going on; that I was traveling a parallel path alongside the main culture - a vantage point from which I could things from an independent, objective perspective.
This intuition that I was "on to something" even as a young man led to a fascination with getting to the bottom of things and discovering the truth.
Ah yes, the truth! So slippery and so elusive.
"A morsel of genuine history is a thing so rare as to be always valuable." - Thomas Jefferson
And so subjective, such that each of us has our own personal version of the truth that we trade with each other, like playing cards.
Who can really know the truth?
Where does truth come from?
Who gets to say what's actually true?
Or like the protagonist, Truman Burbank in the movie The Truman Show, if a piece of lighting equipment fell into the street in front of you, would you simply shrug your shoulders and walk away?
In reality, only an eyewitness to history can know the truth. Everything else is hearsay, including every book ever written... and after-the-fact as most books are.
And let's not forget that books are written by humans (so far, at least) which means that every book you have ever read reflects the bias of its author.
Insofar as history books are concerned, I know of no case where a book written by the loser went truly mainstream.
The best that any serious student of real history can do is to study a subject thoroughly, for many years, from many different perspectives, while doing his or her best to determine what actually happened.
For example, you could read Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln by establishment historian and whitewash expert, Doris Kearns Goodwin.
Or you could read The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and an Unnecessary War by Thomas J. DiLorenzo and decide for yourself which book tells the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
As a teenager I graduated from what is perhaps still the most prestigious preparatory school in the world, Phillips Andover Academy, where I received a magnificent classical education in the 18th century style.
Unfortunately, nothing that I was taught at Andover or later at an institution of even higher learning (Boston University) remotely prepared me for the world as it actually is.
I got into college with a perfect score on my SATs. I learned years later that they've since shaved 200 points a few times since to accommodate the ongoing decline in American educational standards.
But I always thought educational standards were pretty low to begin with.
The very idea of multiple choice questions to assess what you actually know and understand is ludicrous to begin with.
The answer is right there. All you have to do is eliminate the wrong choices. Or just guess, and you'll be right at least some of the time.
We've come a long way from Plato and Socrates, baby.
While in college I learned to read up to 1,000 words per minute with high subject matter retention.
For over 40 years now I've made it a point to read a minimum of 90 minutes a day (it's easy to find this much time in your day to read. Just stop watching television).
I figure this comes to about 22,000 hours so far and has resulted in a large personal library containing many rare books on the most interesting subjects, some of which, given today's climate of near-fanatical political correctness, you'd probably want to read under the covers with a flashlight.
Taken as a totality, these countless conversations with some of the finest minds of both history and the modern era have taught me a great deal about how the world really works (not available on The History Channel).
Five centuries from now our world will be but a footnote in history books of the future. The challenge for anyone seriously engaged in understanding why the world today is as it is (politically conflicted, in financial distress, rife with fraud and corruption...) is to understand the history of our own life and times, as we're actually living through it.
The many years I've spent as a trader and market analyst has helped me refine the art of pattern recognition. This skill has helped me to detect and analyze the patterns all around us, to "connect the dots" as it were, such that I've come to an independent understanding (yes, my version of the "truth") of so many things that will never be televised, never taught in public school, or ever made available in college for even the largest of student loans.
These truths hide in plain view, like the truth about...
The facts? Equities, bonds and precious metals markets are deeply manipulated and controlled by elements of the military intelligence complex in concert with international money centers, all to advance a globalist agenda, the purpose of which is to eliminate sovereignty and consolidate all political and financial spheres into a single whole.
If that was a little too over-the-top for you, I sincerely apologize. But when you reach my age you tend to worry little what others think for "telling it like it is. "
Truly free markets? A thing of the past. As one writer put it, we have no more markets. We have only interventions.
Mark my words, one day soon the dollar will be a 'cyber buck' based on block chain technology.
With cash eliminated, the government will have 100% real-time knowledge of your every financial transaction: who you are (biometrics), where you are (geolocation), what you bought or spent (RFID chips), how you paid (FinCEN), all will be know at the push of a button.
I predict (you read it here first!) that signed tax returns will become a thing of the past.
Why should Uncle Sam go to the trouble of having you incriminate yourself annually on a 1040 tax affidavit when he can simply calculate the tax for you and debit it from your 'Fed Freedom' account?
Interested in accumulating real assets as a hedge against a future of zero privacy? You'd better get started.
Got 401ks and IRAs shooting straight up in a vertical market? Feeling the wealth effect yet?
Just remember: Things that cannot be sustained forever, end. And all trends eventually reverse.
"What goes up, must come DOW." - Yours Truly
This isn't pessimistic, I'm actually an incurable optimist. I'm also a hopeless realist.
Professional acrobats use a net. Does your financial advisor use a net?
When Evel Knievel, the world's most famous dare devil, attempted a jump over the Snake River Canyon in his rocket-powered 'Skycycle' he still had an emergency parachute... just in case.
Does your financial planner have an emergency parachute for your portfolio? Just in case?
Or are you just hoping for a soft landing?
As in, what really happened? And why? Who was involved? To serve what agenda, and to whose benefit?
Ah yes, real history - so delicious and so much more interesting than the latest crime novel.
They say history never repeats, but it certainly does rhyme.
To be ignorant of real history is to be taken advantage of by those who are better informed.
Like, say, when a skyscraper gets hit by a plane? Then turns to dust in plain view the very same morning. Whoda' thunk?
And the odds? A billion-to-one, say the engineers who built it, specifically to withstand being hit by an airplane. Come again?
Then.... a little while later... its twin buddy skyscraper drops. Poof! Another cloud of dust and it too is gone.
And again, almost no rubble pile! Materials physicists ask, how is that even possible?
Another one-in-a-billion. We're up to one-in-a-quadrillion now.
Then, at 5:20PM on the same day, yes, on 9-11 in New York City, a third skyscraper says goodbye and drops directly into its own footprint.
Why, Gordon asks? Was it lonely? Did it drop in solidarity? Another one-in-a-billion. We're up to one-in-a-sextillion now. There aren't this many stars in the visible universe.
But wait. It appears that none of the buildings collapsed until after all the gold bars had been trucked away. You say you didn't catch that on the news?
There's a saying that if you've been at the poker table for a half-hour and you haven't spotted the sucker yet, then you're elected!
The public, being inclined to reason emotionally (which is why newspapers are written at a 5th grade level) and thereby easily frightened and controlled, is carefully maintained in a largely misinformed condition via attention misdirection, perception manipulation, information filtering and incessant repetition of key themes.
Under the guise of security, the powers-that-be take advantage of the natural credulity of the populace to advance their geopolitical agendas, and as easily as a rancher might send a dog to herd sheep away from the wolf.
Few notice that the dog and the wolf are working together.
Republicrats and Demicans, like organized crime families, war with each other, then embrace when facing a common foe. Like the Constitution?
Progressives (collectivists) dream of the well being of the many (the hive) outweighing the rights of the individual.
So-called conservatives secretly dream of this too. They just want to take things a little slower.
Either way, the rule of law goes out the window and the Age of Enlightenment becomes the Age of Delusion.
The kind that could provide the entire planet with abundant, pollution-free energy, food and clean water.
This technology, based on advances such as harnessing quantum vacuum energy and controlling the polarity of gravitational fields, has been made use of by the Deep State for over 50 years but will never be made known to the public without an "act of God" as one scientist-whistle blower put it.
History instructs us that things often don't work out too well when you:
Once you understand how things work in the real world, you can formulate solutions to even the most basic of life's problems.
I guess it's pretty clear that I listened to Robert Frost as a young man and "took the path less traveled." And I must say, it really has made "all the difference."
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